October 25, 2020

Football trounces SVU 61-0 to remain undefeated

September 29, 2004 Matt Conklin 0

The College’s football team improved to 3-0 on Saturday, routing Southern Virginia University 61-0 for its second straight shutout victory.

“We were happy that everyone got on the field and played hard to keep the shutout,” head coach Eric Hamilton said. […]

Century-old rivalry more heated than ever

September 29, 2004 Kristen Zimmerman 0

Cleared benches and head-hunting in a Yankees/Red Sox game is not even news anymore.

As Sunday’s game proved, violence between the two teams is not only not surprising, but expected.

The 11-4 blowout gave the Red Sox the advantage in the overall season series, winning 10 of 18 games against New York. […]

Wooster leads Lions to victory with 3 goals in first career start

September 29, 2004 Perian Doko 0

Expect the unexpected.That seems to be the motto of the field hockey team. After recording two more wins this past week, the Lions are on a roll with five straight victories to bring their overall record to 5-2.

Another surprising outing by junior midfielder Kaitlin Wooster led the College to a 5-0 beating of Fairleigh Dickenson University-Florham. […]

Women’s soccer tacks on two more NJAC wins

September 29, 2004 Vanessa Wolkovitsch 0

The College’s women’s soccer team improved their overall record to 6-1-1 this week with victories over two New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) teams.

Last Wednesday, the Lions triumphed over the Roadrunners of Ramapo College, dominating the game with a 21-3 shot advantage and a 10-0 corner-kick margin over their opponent. […]

Men’s and women’s tennis fall at regional tournament

September 29, 2004 Megan Yesinko 0

This weekend posed the biggest challenge of the season for both the men’s and women’s tennis teams. The Lions made the trek to William Smith College in upstate New York to participate in the Wilson-Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Northeast Championship and represented the College well, advancing into the later rounds of play. […]

Soccer ends week with two scoreless games

September 29, 2004 Scott Miccio 0

Although the College’s men’s soccer team did not score a single goal in two games last week against Ramapo College and Richard Stockton College, they were able to get through the week without losing either. Both games ended in 0-0 ties and much of the credit for those two ties must be given to freshman goalkeeper Michael Cladek. […]

Editorial: Debates last chance to present significant campaigns

September 29, 2004 Signal Editorial Staff 0

As the 2004 presidential election draws progressively closer, the media have become more and more willing to distract potential voters with meaningless attacks on both candidates’ service records.

And, instead of moving past the insignificant battles for reputation based on actions some thirty-odd decades past and making a strong showing for their respective parties, President Bush and Sen. […]

Chastity is overlooked too often in modern society

September 29, 2004 Mike McCaffrey 0

It is not difficult to see that our society does not value chastity. Most modern movies, television shows and books are saturated with sex.

For many, waiting until marriage to have sex seems outdated and overly puritan.

Even so, the benefits of remaining chaste are very great and I would like to outline some of them here. […]

Hookerific — Legal prostitution merits consideration

September 29, 2004 Zac Goldstein 0

I’ve decided to take a break from bashing politicians and expounding on the idiocy of their followers in lieu of something that will probably make me even more unpopular. Everyone ready your stones to throw, for I am about to make an argument for the legalization of prostitution. […]

Partisan critics don’t give misunderstood Moore a chance

September 29, 2004 David Rout 0

Love him or hate him, at least give him a chance. When Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11 comes out on video Oct. 5, the controversy will start anew.

What’s fact and what’s fiction? Better yet, what’s completely true and what’s carefully fabricated?

For many Americans, it’s easier to just close their eyes. […]

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